Dramione and the Order of the Phoenix

Hermione knows Draco for four years now and denying her feelings for him is useless. Together, they grow strong but Draco wants to introduce her to his world. Will she stay with him for love or choose her best friends over him? After all friendship is more important and Draco could as well just work her and her friends, right?

**All the people to this book and the places belong to the one and only, lovely J.K.Rowling. I owe my childhood to her.**


47. Caught



"You should find another way to set up meetings," Draco had whispered. "Umbridge has Longbottom's coin."
It was two weeks back now that Draco had warned me. Ever since then, we had used Crookshanks to meet up twice a week. He would seek the members and run around the left leg for the amount of days to go and the right for the time. The first time Neville had been confused and told me that he had surrounded his left leg twice and the right one eleven times. Of course it had meant that it was two days from the day she had marked him at 11pm. By now he knew how it worked and so did everybody else. Draco however hadn't said another word to me since our fight, much to Pansy's joy. He didn't even look at me anymore. In Potions he silently did his part of the preparations and added it to the cauldron without even as much as a glance at me. Never had I thought that our relationship could be worse than the first four years of Hogwarts but it was. The cold and unwelcoming aura surrounding him sometimes caused me to shiver. It was a horrible thing to see my once beloved Draco turn so rejecting and unloving. 

"Don't worry about him." Ron said as I practiced 'Stupefy' on him. 
I smiled weakly, pretending to not be bothered by it that much. It might have seemed to be Draco to have problems with the breakup in the beginning but it was clearly me now. Sometimes I cried when I was on my own, not being able to help it at all. Never in my life had I been so hurt and vulnerable. Not even Harry, Ron and Ginny's kindness and attention helped me to cheer up then. By now they knew when it was better to leave me by myself and when they could actually help me. The fact that Draco lived on so easily made it even harder to me. His happiness made me feel weak and stupid. After the meeting, we left the room of requirement in smaller groups as to not catch Umbridge's attention. Together with my friends, I left the room as the last and silently closed the door behind us. A silent cough from the shadows to our left made us jump and my heart stopped still. Pansy emerged from the darkness. She walked up to where we stood rooted to the ground. 
"Granger, can I speak to you," she asked and added as a response to Ron's doubtful look. "On your own."
"No," Ron snapped. "We all know you got it in for her."
Harry and Ginny spoke their agreements. 
"Let me put it this way," Pansy hissed. "Either I will talk to Granger on her own or I will call for Professor Umbridge. She is currently walking around above us, looking for Peeves."
The others looked at me doubting but I motioned them to leave me behind and they did reluctantly. Pansy entered the room of requirement and gestured me to enter. Unsure of what was awaiting me, I slowly strode forward. 

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